Šolta

Take a ferry from the beautiful City of Split and in less than an hour you will find yourself in an oasis of pristine nature, the Island of Šolta. The island of the Queen of the Teutons, Diocletian's Ponds, was the inspiration to the poet, Marko Marulić, today is a nautical oasis to experience Dalmatia as it once was. Šolta is an island of Illyrian legends, antiquity, medieval poetry, rich maritime tradition, notable oenology and typical Mediterranean cuisine. If you are looking for intimate coves with little to no traces of civilization, the wild realm of Šolta welcomes you.

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Take a ferry from the beautiful City of Split and in less than an hour you will find yourself in an oasis of pristine nature, the Island of Šolta. The island of the Queen of the Teutons, Diocletian's Ponds, was the inspiration to the poet, Marko Marulić, today is a nautical oasis to experience Dalmatia as it once was. Šolta is an island of Illyrian legends, antiquity, medieval poetry, rich maritime tradition, notable oenology and typical Mediterranean cuisine. If you are looking for intimate coves with little to no traces of civilization, the wild realm of Šolta welcomes you.

Culture

The Island of Šolta has numerous monuments and sites for those who want to enjoy some peace and quiet while independently exploring and sightseeing. The island’s cultural crown is certainly the old churches with their original medieval Mediterranean architecture. Numerous ancient sarcophagi, baptisteries, the castle of the Marchi family dating back to 1706, as well as the remains of early Christian basilicas are waiting for you to bring your curiosity with you and learn their stories firsthand.

Gastronomy

The very notion of pristine nature, green and blue oases, will certainly be reason enough for you to head out the Island of Šolta to savor some of the widely revered Šoltan treasure dishes - medicinal honey, original protected olive oil or top-quality red wine from autochthonous varieties. Check out which flavors you will remember after you reward your taste buds. Small family taverns are the main focus of the gastronomic selection available on the island, but do not be fooled by their unobtrusive and modest appearance. They are a treasure trove of carefully prepared Dalmatian specialties including fresh fish, seafood, fresh and aged cheese, octopus baked in a dish covered by a bell-shaped lid with embers piled on it, pašticada (Dalmatian fragrant braised beef stew), prosciutto and indigenous homemade sweets.

Sport and nature

The Island of Šolta, embosomed by the deep blue encircling a green oasis, among the large islands of Central Dalmatia, is known by the saying: whoever sets foot on this pristine island and spends at least one night – will return again. Šolta is an island full of olive groves and warm fragrant winds caressing its shady treetops. Thick conifers, untouched stone and countless beautiful coves await you in this hidden pearl. Šolta mostly attracts rare sailors, swimmers, and divers in search of silence, medicinal seclusion and beautiful untouched nature.

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